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01-20-2008 11:37 PM
binaryking
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Originally Posted by Smeghead View Post
I need a cover thats TOTALLY waterproof, preferably one that only covers the roll cage. Any recommendations?
I too want to leave my top off (and half door uppers) during the summer and overnight and I need it to totally repell water, not just be 'somewhat resistant' Ive got one of those and it sucks.
www.jeepcovers.com


I run this cover from March 1st to the beginning of November in PA. Works great. Mine is now almost 4 years old. Never had a problem. Very durable. Covers the doors too.
01-20-2008 09:31 PM
machine i know neoprene is "water resistant", but how much so? also, are there any water proof seat covers out there? just take a towel with you when you go somewhere and wipe off the water from the water proofed the seat to prevent soaked butt.
01-11-2008 03:16 PM
Smeghead Thanks THAT ^^ is what im gonna get for my 4 wheeled internal combustion powered conveyance.
01-11-2008 12:52 PM
Dare2BSquare http://www.quadratec.com/products/11186_217_07.htm
01-11-2008 12:45 PM
foxinthemudd
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Originally Posted by hedonist View Post
I couldn't wait.

I took the hard top off today and just went topless with the doors off. I was freezing my cheeks off but boy, was it the ride of my life.

Question: I don't think I want to put the hard top back on for awhile cuz this jeepin' naked is just too much fun. The car is outside but covered all the time.

Will the moisture in the air ruin any electrical stuff or gauge thingys?

I cover the car and I put a towel over the stereo. My cover is waterproof. O yea, I put on a bikini top but I think I want to take that off too.
DAMN, he said CAR twice in this paragraph and I believe that this is his second or third offence... I really vote to ban him now


look into a trail cover they are usually the way to go if your lookin to keep the Jeep uncovered
01-11-2008 02:53 AM
jjseel No, it won't. But, for about a c-note, you can get a cover that will take care of your storage problem. I want one, but am spending the cash in other directions at this time...
01-11-2008 02:36 AM
Smeghead
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Originally Posted by compshooter View Post
100% waterproof cover: It's called a garage.
I aint got one smartypants!
I guess ill just keep the softtop attached, I dont think the bikini top will keep it dry overnight in a big thunderstorm.
01-11-2008 02:05 AM
jjseel I run the bikini during the summer because it is hotter than hell at stop lights and in traffic, sometimes, I get rained on, but it only is aggravating having a wet butt. Fall, Winter, and Spring (rainy Seasons) I go with the top off, but attached, ready to put up, in case of rain (with the windows wrapped, and rolled, in a flannel sheet). I have not experienced any problems due to moisture, except for a little mildew (really wet Spring last year)
01-11-2008 12:48 AM
Triple88a
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Originally Posted by compshooter View Post
It's called a garage.
You still get condensation.. Gotta go with a brick garage...
01-11-2008 12:24 AM
compshooter
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Originally Posted by Smeghead View Post
I need a cover thats TOTALLY waterproof, preferably one that only covers the roll cage. Any recommendations?
I too want to leave my top off (and half door uppers) during the summer and overnight and I need it to totally repell water, not just be 'somewhat resistant' Ive got one of those and it sucks.
100% waterproof cover: It's called a garage.
01-10-2008 10:39 PM
Triple88a how about using a very big nylon sheet from a very big garbage bag or something?

also smeghead look into a bikini top.
01-10-2008 10:19 PM
Smeghead I need a cover thats TOTALLY waterproof, preferably one that only covers the roll cage. Any recommendations?
I too want to leave my top off (and half door uppers) during the summer and overnight and I need it to totally repell water, not just be 'somewhat resistant' Ive got one of those and it sucks.
01-10-2008 09:56 PM
sgnellett Nah, it should be fine, mine sits out for days on end w/ just the trail cover on in the summer, and the humidity here can be worse than the rain!
01-10-2008 09:53 PM
hedonist
Condensation question

I couldn't wait.

I took the hard top off today and just went topless with the doors off. I was freezing my cheeks off but boy, was it the ride of my life.

Question: I don't think I want to put the hard top back on for awhile cuz this jeepin' naked is just too much fun. The car is outside but covered all the time.

Will the moisture in the air ruin any electrical stuff or gauge thingys?

I cover the car and I put a towel over the stereo. My cover is waterproof. O yea, I put on a bikini top but I think I want to take that off too.

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